I visited Jagalchi Market, the largest seafood market in Korea, located in Busan.
In Japan, markets have the image of being full of vendors from early in the morning.
So I went to Jagalchi Market expecting it to be full of people from early in the morning, but I was wrong.
I was staying at a hotel near Nampo subway station, so I decided to walk to Jagalchi Market.
I left the hotel at 7:00 a.m., which I thought was still a little late.
Walking out of the hotel toward the sea past the Nampo-dong dry fish market, you will come to the beach.
The large building with the wavy roof seen in the distance is the Jagalchi Market.
The area is well maintained and there are a few people taking a walk here and there.
When you get close to the market, you will start to feel like you are in the market.
At the entrance of the market, there are signs in Japanese, English, and Chinese characters. It seems that there are many tourists.
By the way, if you pass through the Jagalchi Market and go out to the sea side, you will find a park where you can see the harbor of Busan.